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Thermostat push pad

I am not sure where the ribbon that comes off the thermostat push pad connects on the main board any help

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Strip the unit and remove the circuit board (just a few plastic clips, no screws). Remove the LCD assembly from the circuit board (more plastic clips and an eight pin push connection). Removed the LCD unit from the clear plastic housing (more plastic clips). Finally heat up the plastic ribbon where it is stuck to the circuit board (hair dryer will do trick) and then firmly press it onto the circuit board... probably worth doing this several times; in effect you are remating the ribbon to the circuit board by softening the adhesive. Put it all back together and it should be working again.

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My central heating is set to max 20 degrees but we keep coming home to find house hotter than that. The thermostat is in the hallway, the boiler and froststat (latter newly replaced) are in the integral...


Hi Lyn,

Had the same problem with my system. turned out to be the thermostat in the hallway. Mine is an older electro-mechanical type with contacts that open and close as the temperature changes. (these type of thermostats click as you rotate the temperature dial) What had happened was the contacts had stuck closed even as the temperature rose and thus the boiler kept going. I cleaned the contacts with WD40 oil and everything is fine again. If you have the same type of thermostat this may be the problem. Be aware that if you or anyone else removes the cover of these thermostats there is live mains at the faulty contacts, be sure to switch off the circuit feeding this thermostat or remove/switch off the fuse in the main fuse box. Alternately you could replace the thermostat. If you have an electronic digital thermostat then this solution is not valid.

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Fan staying on at all times brivis tek304


this means a limit switch is open, or the thermostat is set to fan on, as opposed to "auto".
Unplug the unit, then plug it back in and watch the sequence.

If it goes through it's normal operation and then the burners shut off, it means the high limit has been triggered. usually this means the furnace is suffocating, remove your filters and try again.
If it works fine the second time you just need new filters. if not then the high limit is bad.
The high limit is inside, near the burners on the back wall connected to 2 wires.
it's easy to replace, order a new one (be sure to get the right temperature setting, it's on the old one). pull the old one out and plug the new one in. the wires don't have sides as long is one is in Common or C, and one is in NC.

If the main fan comes on first and the furnace does not cycle, it means a limit is open (or the thermostat is in fan on mode). The rest of the limits are on the same circuit as the high limit, trace that circuit and push the button on each switch along the way, if one clicks you know you've reset it... you also know that it has been set off, which implies a safety hazard and technically you should call a pro to come see it.
Anyway, continue along the circuit checking each one until you've come to the main circuit board. then plug the furnace back in and watch it go. if that hasn't fixed it, call a professional.

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I have a Goodman heater model #CHPF060D2A. Aprox Friday the heater stopped working. We replaced the thermostat but that did not correct the problem. The fan works if you turn it to ON but otherwise the...


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